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ArroChem’s Mineral Spirits Odorless is a hydrocarbon-based solvent that is derived from petroleum distillation. It is a high-quality, low-aromatic solvent specifically processed to have reduced odor and improved user experience. It is commonly used in applications where traditional mineral spirits may have a strong odor.

General Characteristics:


Solubility in Water, 25°C:

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Clear, colorless liquid


46°C (115°F) (Closed Cup)

~0.750 – 0.770 at 15.6C°


Mineral Spirits Odorless is widely used in various industrial and commercial applications where low odor is essential. Key applications include:

  • Paints and Coatings: Used as a thinner in oil-based paints, varnishes, enamels, and coatings without leaving strong odors.
  • Cleaning and Degreasing: Employed for cleaning and degreasing metal surfaces, machinery, and equipment without imparting noticeable odors.
  • Adhesives and Sealants: Used as a solvent in adhesives and sealants where low odor is desired.
  • Printing Industry: Found in printing inks as a solvent and carrier for pigments without causing significant odor issues.
  • Rubber and Polymer Industry: Used as a processing aid and solvent in rubber and polymer manufacturing, particularly in applications where odor is a concern.



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